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Curator: Alessandra Montalbetti
Description: This guide, with its agile format and attractive graphics, has been designed to identify the thirty most important works in the museum's collection, offering for each one a historical-artistic in-depth text with a language accessible to every public. Only thirty works. Each a masterpiece of contemporary art in its time.
Nelson Goodman defined the museum as "an institution for the prevention of blindness". The logo designed by Franco Maria Ricci is not only a coincidental representation of the museum's mission, which is to invite the eye to understand the arts and the world around it, but both the eye from Diderot'sEncyclopédie and Bodoni's typefaces are also a tribute to the museum's and Milan's roots in the values of the Enlightenment and Neoclassicism.